Egypt’s Cairo Prosecution resumed, Friday, investigating the three Egyptian fugitives who arrived Egypt coming from Lebanese Capital Beirut, Thursday, as they were confronted with the witnesses and the victim’s testimonials.
Egypt’s Public Prosecution received, Thursday a message from The International Criminal Police Organization, (Interpol), stating that three Egyptian fugitive who are accused of raping a girl in 2014, in the notorious case known as “Fairmont Case,” were arrested and deported to Cairo from Lebanese Capital Beirut.
“Troops from the Engineering Regiment immediately removed them and disposed them at fields belonging to the army,” an army statement said.
Beirut Airport received Wednesday a military plane carrying 38 tons of relief and food aid, including 5 tons coming from Egypt.
There are abandoned substances that can be dangerous like fireworks.
The Egyptian Red Crescent has supported the Lebanese Red Cross with some of the aid supplies contributed to Lebanon by Egypt in the aftermath of the Beirut port explosions on Aug. 4.
The 14-ton assistance carried by each plane was sent in line with directives of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to support Lebanon.
China urged the international community to offer all needed humanitarian aid to Lebanon on the back of the Beirut blast which left behind thousands of people dead and wounded.
“Egypt will not stop sending assistance to the Lebanese people,” Shoukry.
“Egypt is supporting Lebanon and will provide it with all what it can to help it overcoming the effects of the Port blast” Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said.
Egypt’s FM Shoukry meets former Lebanese premiers Saad al Hariri, Fouad Siniora, Tammam Salam
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visited on Tuesday the Egyptian field hospital in Beirut, where he was given full explanation of the healthcare services it provides it the Lebanese people at this troubled time.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry arrived in Beirut Tuesday to show solidarity after Lebanon’s devastating port explosions.
The Lebanese President Michel Aoun accepted Monday the resignation of the cabinet headed by Prime Minister Hasan Diab amid rising public anger over the explosion that took place in Beirut Tuesday leaving more than 200 people dead.
The plane, which was received by Egyptian Ambassador to Lebanon Yasser Alawi, was carrying 14 tons of medicines and wheat to cover the country's local needs.
Some Lebanese called on Sunday for a sustained uprising to topple their leaders amid public fury over this week’s devastating explosion in Beirut.
The firm pointed out that it ordered the shipment seven years ago from Georgia and that it was never delivered as it was confiscated in Beirut port.
The decision was announced by party chief Samy Gemayel during the funeral of a leading member of the group who died in the catastrophic explosion at the port of Beirut on Tuesday, which destroyed parts of the Lebanese capital.
Earlier in the day, the three bodies arrived at Cairo Airport after all relevant procedures have been finalized by the Egyptian Embassy in Beirut.
Egypt government announced, Thursday forming a ministerial working group to assess the humanitarian needs of Lebanon at such tough time in the wake of the massive blast that hit the Lebanese capital's port.